This week’s episode features Emily Rowe, M.D., an expert in the field of chronic diseases and tickborne illnesses like Lyme disease and its co-infections. Dr. Rowe shares her experience and insight into how they can be treated effectively and safely.

If you or someone you know has been affected by any kind of tickborne illness, or just suffers from chronic fatigue, this is an opportunity to hear from a leading specialist on the topic who brings years of experience in diagnosing and treating these complex conditions. We hope you join us for this exciting conversation with Dr. Emily Rowe!

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Dr. Rowe goes beyond the world of conventional medicine by combining intellect with intuition, holding multiple paradigms in her mind simultaneously.  Utilizing a customized client-centered approach, she digs deeply into the root causes of diseases, using cutting-edge laboratories and awareness of how ecological toxins can affect health.  She embodies empathy for her clients, as she has personal experience with medical issues related to environmentally acquired illnesses.  Treatment plans for her clients are individually created, and often combine a variety of methods including physiological detoxification strategies, eradication of stealth infections, vibrational resonance healings, meditation, hypnotherapy, medical astrological analysis, and ancient wisdom practices, such as Shamanism, acupuncture, and herbal medicines.  As a result of her work as a healer, there is a higher level of conscious awareness of the environmental ramifications of toxins on chronic inflammatory illnesses, leading to insights about macrocosmic-microcosmic relationships and profound healing, and true etiological resolution.

Emily T. Rowe, graduated from the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine in 2004.  After a brief time in the field of Internal Medicine at St Vincent’s hospital in New York City, she became frustrated with the Western approach to illness. She realized that she was being trained to treat the symptoms of disease and its end-stage complications, while failing to address its root cause.

Dr. Barrett 03:48 Well, let's talk about Lyme disease

Dr. Rowe 05:47 It's under diagnosed, and it's often a driver behind a lot of chronic health conditions

Dr. Rowe 06:37 Bartonella in HIV/AIDS patients in the 1980’s

Dr. Rowe 07:54 Bartonella will affect the endothelium of all the blood vessels

Dr. Rowe 08:03 Bartonella causes horrendous neuropathy and chronic foot pain

Dr. Rowe 08:20 Borrelia can inflame the bladder as well

Dr. Rowe 08:49 Discusses how her clinic uses the MSIDs questionnaire

Dr. Rowe 10:05 Borrelia is a micro-organism that can live inside a tick, it can live inside a dog, it can

Dr. Barrett 11:16 10 days of doxycycline?

Dr. Rowe 13:13 International Lyme and Associated Disease Society.

Dr. Rowe 13:43 Lyme evades the immune system

Dr. Rowe 15:47 Bartonella will be associated with specific lines that look like stretch marks

Dr. Rowe 16:11 The labs to go to

Dr. Rowe 17:15 These antibodies are from a recent reactivation or are they old antibodies--it's hard to know

Dr. Rowe 17:46 Talks about her own infections and treatment journey

Dr. Barrett 22:28 Horowitz’s book

Dr. Rowe 22:39 Acute treatment for a tick bite

Dr. Rowe 24:38 Testing the Tick

Dr. Barrett 25:00 There is more of this infection than folks believe

Dr. Rowe 25:42 Humans are becoming the new carrier

Dr. Rowe 26:08 Finding a provider

Dr. Rowe 30:31 What about MS?

Dr. Rowe 31:53 Mold toxicity is complicated

Dr. Barrett 33:08 Migrating arthralgias

Dr. Rowe 34:03 When you start looking for stuff—you often times find it.

Dr. Rowe 38:23 The cytokine approach

Dr. Rowe 39:13 Taking the “shotgun” approach

Dr. Rowe 40:00 Rifampin—the old tuberculosis medication

Dr. Rowe 40:31 Mixing up the recipes

Dr. Rowe 42:10 Dosing and administration

Dr. Barrett 43:23 How to gauge your own dosage of methylene blue

Dr. Rowe 44:00 Red light therapy

Dr. Rowe 45:12 Using quercetin

Dr. Rowe 45:41 Artemesia

Dr. Rowe 47:37 The Clifford test

Dr. Rowe 49:13 EBOO and its role in treatment

Dr. Rowe 50:02 IV treatment in Lyme disease

Dr. Rowe 50:41 When somebody has Lyme the collagen gets literally eaten

Dr. Barrett 50:48 What about thrombocytopenia in Lyme?

Dr. Rowe 51:04 Considerations in IV treatments

Dr. Rowe 55:00 Discusses MSIDs

Dr. Barrett 55:45 The patients are Onions